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Freshman Tennis Player Places 3rd at State

Duncanville ISD – DHS freshman Daniela Padron-Castillo had a historic run at the UIL State Tennis Tournament last week. She is only the fourth player from Duncanville ISD to ever make it to the state tournament, and she brought home the 3rd place medal in girls singles. Coach Trent Sellers said Daniela is a great […]

Coach Scott Fahey says his players demonstrated heart and never quit during the year. For that, he is proud of them. On the field, the Panthers baseball team finished 15-16 for the year and went to the playoffs for the third time in four years. Off the field, the team experienced challenges with illnesses in […]

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The Duncanville Lady Panthers softball team made history in their 2017 season by advancing to the second round of playoffs for the first time in school history. “On the field, the girls played the game the way it is supposed to be played,” said Coach Bret Duff. “They hustled, gave great effort and stayed mentally […]

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The Girls Track Team had an outstanding performance at the 6A State Track Meet this past weekend. The girls finished fourth in the 400 meter relay, third in the 800 meter relay, and second in the 1600 meter relay. The teams clocked the fastest times in Duncanville’s history. All three relay teams are ranked in […]

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Duncanville ISD – The 2017 girls track team has had a great season, breaking school records, ranking nationally and qualifying for the State Championships. “These girls have had to fight and sacrifice this year for all the successes and accolades they have received,” said Coach Yvette Green. “I’m looking forward to witnessing them making Duncanville […]

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Freshman Tennis Phenom Makes State Tournament

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Duncanville ISD – At barely 15 years old and just 5-feet-2-inches tall, Daniela Patron-Castillo accomplished something this year that has rarely been done at Duncanville High School – qualified for the State Tennis Tournament. Daniela is only the fourth player to do so in DHS history. “She is a great player because of her tenacity […]

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Gatorade Honors Pantherette Coach Cathy Self-Morgan

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Duncanville Pantherettes coach Cathy Self-Morgan is one of two coaches chosen this year to receive the national Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award. “Coach Self-Morgan exemplifies what we look for when we select the Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award winners – she is dedicated, selfless and a true inspiration to her team,” Gatorade spokesman Jeff Kearney said in […]

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Pantherettes Receive Congressional Recognition

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The Duncanville Pantherettes traveled to the state capitol in Austin today to be introduced and resolutions read in the House of Representatives by Rep Yvonne Davis and in the Senate by Senator Royce West.

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Pantherettes Claim Three Spots on State All-Tournament Team

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The Pantherettes not only won back-to-back State Championships. Zarielle Green not only claimed back-to-back Most Valuable Player recognition for the championship game. Pantherette head coach Cathy Self-Morgan not only garnered her 1100th win as a head coach. But, the Duncanville Pantherettes also claimed three spots on the 6A State Championship All-Tournament Team. *Zarielle Green – […]

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Duncanville Claims Tenth State Championship; Downs Cy Ranch 76-65 (Updated With Photos)

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Pantherette Head Coach Cathy Self-Morgan captures career win number 1100. Duncanville is used to playing in the State Championship game. This was the 25th all-time appearance for the Duncanville Pantherettes in the state playoffs. The one thing that the Pantherettes are not used to is having to play in a close game, much less actually […]

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